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Dungeons & Dragons Dragonlance: Shadow of the Dragon Queen | Review and Page-Through

Dungeons & Dragons Dragonlance: Shadow of the Dragon Queen (Wizards of the Coast)Game Title: Dungeons & Dragons Dragonlance – Shadow of the Dragon Queen

Publisher: Wizards of the Coast

Authors: F. Wesley Schneider (lead), Justice Arman, Brian Cortijo, Kelly Digges, Dan Dillon, Ari Levitch, Renee Knipe, Ben Petrisor, Mario Ortgon, Erin Roberts, and James L. Sutter

Artists: Evyn Fong, Zoltan Boros, Ekaterina Burmak, Nikki Dawes, Olga Drebas, David Auden Nash, Linda Lithen, and many more

Genre: D&D adventure set on the world of Krynn

Year: 2022

Pages: 224 pages

MSRP: $49.95 for the hardcover

I kick back with my review of D&D Dragonlance: Shadow of the Dragon Queen.

Does this tome mark the triumphant return of a legendary D&D setting? Or will you find this edition’s version of Dragonlance to be a shadow of its former self? You’ll find out! Plus you’ll learn the winners of two of my copies of the book!

2:24 Diving into D&D Dragonlance: Shadow of the Dragon Queen
24:30 Final thoughts and review score
30:05 Wrapping up

Jeff McAleer

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    Dungeons & Dragons Dragonlance: Shadow of the Dragon Queen | Review and Page-Through

    While I certainly wish there had been about twenty to thirty more pages of Dragonlance background and player options; what's present is just provided in bite sized nuggets and one never gets a truly good feel for the setting itself and what's made it so popular for decades. Thankfully, the book is redeemed quite a lot by a pretty good adventure. The tale focuses on a single theater of the War of the Lance where the heroes get to be in the spotlight all the time as opposed to coming across as background characters in the original adventures. All and all a very solid book which I recommend to all be the heartiest of OSR gamers.
    8
    Good